Redshift is a high-performance production-quality renderer that supports biased rendering techniques for incredibly fast noise-free renders.

With Redshift, you can get the rendering performance of a small render farm from your existing workstation, saving you time and money, and unleashing your creative potential.

This guide provides information on setting up and using Redshift.

In addition to documenting the various features and settings of Redshift, this guide provides important tips to help you get the most out of Redshift – including helping you choose the most appropriate global illumination techniques to use for a given scene and how to troubleshoot problems like splotches or flickering during animations.

To navigate this guide, simply pick a topic from the Table of Contents on the left. You can also search for a specific keyword using the search box located in the top-right corner of every page.

If you would like help us improve our documentation, we invite you to submit comments or suggestions by posting on our forums, or by emailing us at support@redshift3d.com.